Questions in need of answers
Why is [Attorney General] Eric Holder making decisions on who/how and where terrorists are to be tried while engaed in an act of war against us? That is the President's job. Why doesn't the President have a consistent policy of trial? How do you try some [Gitmo detainees] in civilian courts and others in military courts?
Why should we [or President Obama] be willing to spend $200 million just for security on one trial when it was never done before and is an unnecessary expense? Why would we subject our citizens to acknowledged threats that require $200 million for security?
Why when a terrorist wants to plead guilty as long as he/they are put to death, do we deny such a last request, and then try him in civilian court with rights of a citizen and lawyers paid for by taxpayers?
Why have a trial at all when Holder and [press secretary Robert] Gibbs have already determined they will be found guilty and executed?
Frank Briamonte, Nashville